Choosing to let go of your perceived need to control others brings about a cascade of benefits to you, and your relationships. When you turn your focus away from what others are doing – toward the man or woman in the mirror – you suddenly have the time, energy and self-awareness to make powerful changes in yourself and your life. Also, as you allow those you are in relationship with to be who they are, they have the tendency to return the favor, and authentic relationships become possible. Les stress, frustration, disappointment and anger, improved and more enjoyable relationships, as well as, an empowered and happy you are the result of putting down the “need” to control others.
Coaching Tip #887
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Author Marcus Straub
Marcus Straub is Founder and CEO of Life Is Great!™ (LIG) Coaching and Consulting, Inc. based in Grand Junction, Colorado.